Transcript for Santa Rosa resident, 85, says fire-destroyed neighborhood 'looks like WWII'
I'm sorry that it gave the phone didn't make it especially sandy inmate they worked so hard on your hands. But you know I don't know why. I don't know why. I'm just grateful for less than half of I would for this house where I've been here 39 years. And I paid it off few years ago and was very proud of myself. And so it can find it still standing. I don't know what I did better lifted done something right somewhere along the hunt PP. She's grateful for every penny thank you so much for all of wonderful thing to then felt kind gave been. In this traffic that night everybody was taking turns there was no horns blasting in. Angered. I couldn't believe it. And the police cards than it policeman and then firemen and everybody has come by it than Finley. I wish we can I'll stay that way forever. I would think you're allowed go in 1917 mile race though World War I. And here rare and this looks like four awards two. It definitely looks like the pictures I shall when I was alone can't win. England and Germany were being bombed out. Phillips who flight that. And then my foot in my school friend was over and in Germany and well as the end of the Second World War. And she says pictures and aired at Franklin community it led to like this. She's just piles of junk. You couldn't tell what it was. People survive against whom can you.
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